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Vmuv \h L \u liy Ki’i Piitili' nu Ri for RES'r AND KXEIM'ISK. toi it vario^ at dillaiviit cpoidhs ; Ijm I, witli pea.k.' Exa'ry thoie^lit which llashos thio UL;h tlie niind, a^- w»dl jm e Acrv muscular movement,, is an exlii- hition of iiei've tone ; and tin* p^rtalei* the encr^'y jnit loith by any paitof tlie body, tlu^ larger is tin* amount ol l^lood siqqdied. Eioiii liiitli Li o M a^c health is not iiiiiloriii.A man engagcj] in intellectual work can rest his brain during the day by turning to some other ' pursuit, ami does not therefore recpiirc an in- creased amount of sleep ; but one occupied in physi(Vtl labour must proportion his sleep to the amoiiut of daily strain imposed on his muscular system.Intense study drives away slumber ; prolonged^ muscular toil makes it impossible to keep the eyes open.

Silting over-long in a slouching atti- That this is highly jioisoiious has been proveal tude will tend to contract the client, as conveying experimentally by Dr Hammond, whf) plaeod a cunibe LSome w'eights over tlie back will disfigure srnatl aniimil uii'b'r a bcll-^lusa wvll siippliet mi-take in recreation is the making oi givat ns mote. Our grand settles doxyn, if not swept away by free vent.la- p, as tmn into the upt KU' d(q)ths of the an*.

m.in a sunbeam, ami finally, qnietiv 'ti-en«lb m one set of int.selcs intern of -oo, * 1. t(; enable us to [lass tlirough life without pain, Two tlmusnml gallons of air unfit to support without disease, and to preserve it os long as life pass through our lungs in twenty- four hours, possible.

and more tiian six parts of car bonic acid in ten Fatigue is due to temporary exhaustion, general thousand is su Uicient to cause ill-heallli, and to or local, ami by it we biu’ome awari* that \ye have prevent this result, ten thousand gallons or three worke its maximum depth within tlic lir^t hour ami then it diminishes at first rapidly, and after- wards slowly.

D U U A R K S Q ’S J) A U G H T E K By Q HAN'T Arj.r N. that that gallant soldier had pro.secuted his imiiuries in Lomhm town into the Ljiin(‘ll [M'digree.

In tlie smoking-room of the Senior United Service Olul), a f(‘w days after lii.s arrival in town, ' he had chanced io liglit upon Sir Austen Linn ell, the supposed cousin of their Algerian ac(piaint- anee.

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